By Deo Okoodi
Buhweju Resident District Commissioner (RDC) has clashed with area Member of Parliament Mwijukye Francis over Robert Kyagulanyi’s visit in the district.
The RDC Emmy Katera Turyabagyenyi yesterday didn’t want Kyagulanyi the Kyadondo East MP in his area of jurisdiction on assumption that he would politically mislead youths in Buhweju district who were participating in different sports activities at Nsika playground.
RDC Emmy Kateera Turyabagyenyi
He also said Robert Kyagulanyi who had been invited by Mwijukye Francis, has specialized in abusing the President and his government and therefore the local leadership cannot entertain him because he is not friendly and relevant to youths cause and mounted several check points to restrict him from accessing the district.
MP Francis Mwijukye
But Mwijukye Francis disagreed with the RDC claiming that there is no law in Uganda that stops certain people from visiting specific places on orders of few individuals.
He further said that even such a leader restricting people from outside to visit Buhweju is also not a native of the area adding that he only came in the district for work.
He said such a practice is not good because it may lead to ethnic discrimination in the country and urged out that the country must be led basing on the available laws.
Western Uganda youth MP Mwine Mpaka who was the chief guest at the function said people in opposition have not specialized in abusing President or Government but they are just playing roles of presiding over change adding that this exactly happened at parliament and this shouldn’t cause any alarm in the society which subscribe to different political groups in the country.
Kyagulanyi later sneaked and straightly went to the podium and said he is in the district in good faith and called on youths to rise up and take leadership roles at various levels in the country before he entertained people with some of his popular songs.
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